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E = mc^2 With Worked Examples

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Albert Einstein published his Special Theory of Relativity in 1905 and in doing so discovered that mass and energy are actually the same thing, with one a tightly compressed manifestation of the other. This mass-energy equivalence has had a major impact on all our lives, although how and why isn't always obvious. The purpose of these pages is to try to relate E = mc2 in a clear, concise and understandable way with easily followed worked examples, and with further pages examining the special theory of relativity in order to describe its background. While relativity has a reputation for being difficult much of it can be understood by anyone.
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The purpose of these pages is to try to relate E = mc2 in a clear, concise and understandable way with easily followed worked examples, and with further pages examining the special theory of relativity in order to describe its background. While relativity has a reputation for being difficult much of it can be understood by anyone.

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